MANOWAR Announces New Album and Tour, Set to Perform Entire “Hail To England” and “Sign Of The Hammer” Albums

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Manowar, the kings of true metal, have announced their new album and tour, “The Blood Of Our Enemies” 2025. The album is set to be released in early 2025, and the tour will kick off shortly after.

In a statement released on social media, Manowar said that the new album will “crush the enemies of metal into the dust from whence they came and reunite Manowarriors from all over the world under the banner of True Metal – louder, harder, stronger, and faster than ever!”

The band also revealed that they will be playing two unique setlists on the tour. On alternating nights, they will perform the entire “Hail To England” and “Sign Of The Hammer” albums, respectively. Each evening will also showcase fan favorites from their entire career.

Manowar said that they are “thrilled about performing your favorite songs again and cannot wait to see your fists raised in the air and hear your screams!”

“The Blood Of Our Enemies” 2025 Tour Dates:

Feb. 07, 2025 – Ludwigsburg, Germany – MHP Arena*
Feb. 08, 2025 – Freiburg, Germany – Sick-Arena**
Feb. 10, 2025 – Zwickau, Germany – Stadthalle*
Feb. 12, 2025 – Regensburg, Germany – Das Stadtwerk.Donau-Arena**
Feb. 14, 2025 – Bamberg, Germany – Brose Arena*
Feb. 15, 2025 – München, Germany – Zenith**
Feb. 17, 2025 – Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal*
Feb. 19, 2025 – Braunschweig, Germany – Volkswagen Halle**
Feb. 21, 2025 – Berlin, Germany – UFO*
Feb. 22, 2025 – Kiel, Germany – Wunderino Arena**
Feb. 25, 2025 – Mannheim, Germany – Sap Arena*
Feb. 26, 2025 – Ravensburg, Germany – Oberschwabenhalle**
Feb. 28, 2025 – Oldenburg, Germany – Ewe Arena*
Mar. 01, 2025 – Krefeld, Germany – Yayla Arena**

* = “Hail To England” + Best Of / ** = “Sign Of The Hammer” + Best Of

The band will also be re-recording their classic album “Sign Of The Hammer” to celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2024. The re-recorded album will be called “Sign Of The Hammer 2024” and will feature “the brutality from the first release, blended with the inspiration you’ve provided us over the years and enhanced by the latest technology.”

The band is also opening new online stores in Germany and the United States, which will offer fans “never-before-seen items and special deals.”


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